Ninety One reports record £140bn in AUM following £3.9bn in net inflows

Fixed income and equities strategies drive flows

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Ninety One has reported record assets under management (AUM) of £140bn in the first half of 2021, up 7% on the previous six-month period, buoyed by net inflows of £3.9bn.

The asset manager said net inflows were supported by investment performance and a "general uplift in client activity across asset classes off the back of increased client risk appetite". The market and foreign exchange impact in the first half added £5.2bn. It said fixed income and equities were the largest generators of net inflows in the six months to 30 September 2021, at £1.89bn and £1.86bn respectively. Ninety One names Nazmeera Moola chief sustainability officer In fixed income, emerging market, corporate and sovereign strategies were the main drivers of inflows, while in ...

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